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July 17

Vaughan News


Face masks mandatory in York Region (CP24)


Stretch of Major Mackenzie in Vaughan closed July 28-29 for overnight work (


York Region News


Masks mandatory as of tomorrow: Here are the dos and don'ts, Newmarket (,


'Means the world': PFLAG pleased Aurora approves rainbow crosswalk (


GTA News


Toronto family forced to dismantle, move backyard 'pirate ship' after complaint to city (


Provincial News


Ontario Extends Emergency Orders (


Ontario Extends Expiry Period of Marriage Licences (


Premier Doug Ford further relaxes alcohol laws as campaign swing hits southwestern Ontario (


Gyms, theatres among those cleared to reopen as much of Ontario enters recovery Stage 3 (,


Federal News


Ottawa sending $19B to provinces for COVID-19 aid (,,,,


July 16

Vaughan News


UPDATE: Vaughan firefighters quickly douse morning fire at paint supplies business (


City of Vaughan cracks down on modified vehicles, lays more than 70 charges over weekend (


Vaughan and Mississauga projects recognized for planning excellence (NRU)


Vaughan Committee Agenda (NRU)


York Region News


Innovative program provides construction training in Georgina (NRU)


Georgina park, beach reopening with reduced capacity (


Newmarket library to reopen with limited services July 28 (


Richmond Hill residents poised to fight 28-storey building proposed at Yonge and Elgin Mills (


GTA News


Toronto to reopen 119 community centres as number of new COVID-19 cases in 'slow decline' (


‘Give your head a shake’: Brampton has laid 14 charges for COVID-19 violations, including a large house party, mayor says (


Toronto's mask law needs 'clarification,' puts onus on businesses to enforce it, critics say (


Heritage Heights Reimagined; unlocking northwest Brampton (NRU)


Peel housing pilot geared to middle-income families (NRU)


Provincial News


Doug Ford unveils funding changes for long-term-care homes in wake of COVID-19 (


July 15

Vaughan News


Construction workers’ union gets slick new headquarters in Vaughan (


Ontario’s political advertising laws need an overhaul (


York Region News


York's mandatory mask policy necessary measure, reflection of public sentiment: Markham mayor (


COVID-19 sees Newmarket replace summer camps with activities for kids (


Pack up the car with family and snacks for first Aurora drive-in movie (


Richmond Hill to provide micro-grants, launch innovation contest to support small businesses (


Limited swim programs resume in Aurora beginning July 20 (


Ride free: 5 family-friendly bike trails in York Region (


Aurora rainbow crosswalk: Pride support or 'waste of taxpayers' money'? (


New businesses like Markham Martial Arts 'forgotten' from pandemic relief (


East Gwillimbury business tries to stay in good shape online amid COVID-19 pandemic (


'It was frightening:' Stouffville dance studio adapts amid COVID-19 pandemic (


GTA News


Toronto expecting $1.35B deficit, mayor pleading for provincial, federal help (


TTC to look at introducing dedicated bus lanes sooner than planned after riders speak out (


TTC to study offering free Wi-Fi on buses and streetcars (


2 city workers in parks, forestry and recreation test positive for COVID-19 (


Mississauga increasing bike lanes by 30 per cent across the city (


July 14

Vaughan News


COVID-19: UrbanToronto Updates from the Industry for July 13, 2020 (


York Region News


Newmarket offering pop-up park program, scavenger hunts, obstacle course (


York Region Transit offers on-request service for seniors to get around in July, August (


York Region first in Canada to receive Esri President’s Award (


Retired police chief gets special delivery of lifetime achievement award (


York Region not moving to stage 3 reopening (


GTA News


Toronto cancels festivals until Sept. 30 as city sees 40 new COVID-19 cases daily (


Toronto kicks off city-run CampTO program for children today amid COVID-19 (


Provincial News


Province launches “Ontario Made” program (


Nearly All Businesses and Public Spaces to Reopen in Stage 3 (


Ontario education minister says child-care centres to increase size of cohort (


Premier Doug Ford launching campaign-style tour of Ontario (


Federal News


Federal wage subsidy for businesses to be extended to December: Trudeau (


July 13

Vaughan News


Doug Ford: The heart of a resilient leadership (


Invasion of the creepy-crawlies: Southern Ontario residents battling plague of caterpillars (


Canada’s Wonderland and other amusement parks start to get ready for opening day (


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? Major Mackenzie Drive in Vaughan widening (


York Region News


WHAT'S GOING ON HERE? King Road bridge work means temporary closures, lanes reduced (


Aurora holds community cleanup days July 25, 26 (


Richmond Hill highlights tech strength through Collision from Home (


MAP: WHAT'S GOING ON HERE?: Woodbine Avenue near Newmarket gets a facelift (


Stouffville library opening for computer use starting July 21 (


GTA News


Masks now mandatory indoors in Durham and Peel (


Provincial News


Ontario expected to reveal details for Stage 3 reopening on Monday (